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George W. Washington vs. J.B. Slaughter, Trustee, etc.: Chancery Cause, King William County (Part 2 of 2)

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Geo. Washington vs Jno. B. Slaughter & others } Decree Affidavit having been made and filed that the original papers in this cause have been destroyed with the other records of this court on the 17th day of January 1885, it is ordered that this cause be placed on the docket and henceforth proceeded in, heard and determined upon a certified copy of the record produced in court. This cause came on this day to be again heard upon the papers formerly read and was required by counsel, "on consideration whereof it is ordered that the rule heretofore awarded against J.B. Jennings and Hansford Anderson to show cause why there should not be a resale of the lot purchased by them under a decree in this cause be enlarged until the first day of the next term, at which time the court will proceed to pass upon the question of a resale. And it is ordered that said J.B. Jennings and Hansford Anderson be served with a copy of this declaration 30 days after the rising of this court.